Robyn Hitchcock... Gigography

Jon Brion w/Robyn Hitchcock, Rhett Miller, Fiona Apple, Bill Frisell
Concert appearance: Fri., 26 Apr. 2002

Largo
West Hollywood, California US

Set list:

Candy Says (Velvet Underground) Jon piano, Robyn guitar
My Mind is Connectedů
Slave to Love (Bryan Ferry)
Raymond Chandler Evening
Universal Control (improv) (misheard "Beautiful Girl")
Beautiful Girl
[3 songs (unknown)] Jon Brion w/Rhett Miller
[2 songs (unknown)] Jon Brion w/Bill Frisell
Cry Me A River Jon Brion w/Frisell, Fiona Apple
Waterloo Sunset (Kinks) Jon and Robyn again
Queen Elvis II
New Age (Velvet Underground)
Hail Mary (?) (improv)
Where Everybody Knows Your Name (theme from "Cheers")

From Chris F:
[RH electric, JB piano]
Candy Says
Mind Is Connected
Slave to Love
Raymond Chandler Evening
Universal Control (improv) (misheard "Beautiful Girl")
Beautiful Girl

Robyn then departed, replaced by one Rhett Miller. Miller did three songs, and was pretty impressive. He then left in deference to guitarist Bill Frisell. Frisell played guitar on two songs, then Jon summoned Fiona Apple onstage to sing "Cry Me A River" with Jon and Bill accompanying.

The musicians all then went off for drinks. Green drinks. Some time after 1AM, Jon reemerged, played a song, then brought Robyn back out.

Waterloo Sunset
Queen Elvis II
New Age
Hail Mary (?) (improv)
Where Everybody Knows Your Name

The last was Jon singing to close out the night. The improv happened as Robyn was playing something on the guitar and said to Jon, "Play something that goes like this." They just ran with it. There was no discernible hook, but the first line was "Hail Mary."


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